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Travel Blogs from Lima
... of cats too. It was a really nice afternoon.
That evening we had some beers down by the beach for our last night.
The next day we couldn't go out and do too much as we had our flight to catch so we went back to the cat park.
And that was it for South America! A few tears saying goodbye to Corinne and we were in a taxi heading for the airport.
... I guess my main questions were why? Why were we doing this? What would happen to the individual pieces of ceramics that we were labelling - would they try and reconstruct them to see what they were? What was the next step? Why did they have so many shells? Carol basically said that none of the fragments that we were collecting would be rebuilt in any way, but it did tell them quite a lot about the era. The ceramics that we had cleaned and labelled all had patterns on them (she showed me ...
... and alive with people and traffic! We saw some pretty interesting sites on the way to the hotel. I might equate Lima to being the New York City of Peru (without the skyscrapers) as I am not sure this city sleeps!
We arrived at the hotel shortly before 12:30 pm where we received our keys for our room after showing our passports (something we would have to do at each hotel during this trip).
We went straight up to a very ...
... br> through the water and played films of people doing all different world dances
through the water while lively music was being played. The park was packed, it
seems like a really popular locals night out. Afterwards we wandered over to
one of the areas where jets got shot out of the floor so you could run through
it all trying to avoid getting soaked. Unfortunately as lovely as it was, Mike
was pickpocketed! The first bit ...
... Not having had too many pisco sours during the tour I decided to try the camu camu version with the camu camu being a native fruit from the amazon; tasty with it not being too sweet or sour. After one drink though some of us were starting to fade so we took cabs back to the hotel and those that wanted to head for bed could and those that didn’t headed around the corner to possibly the strangest Irish bar I’ve ever been too. There apparently was no ...